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Prince Harry Is Caught On Camera Smuggling Samosas At Meghan's Cookbook Event

Prince Harry Is Caught On Camera Smuggling Samosas At Meghan's Cookbook Event

Harry must have been feeling peckish at the launch of Meghan's first royal project

Megan Walsh

Megan Walsh

At Meghan Markle's first charity launch event, a doting Prince Harry watched from the sidelines, beaming with pride.

While Meghan delivered her first royal speech on the grounds of Kensington Palace this week, Harry stood back, alongside Meghan's mother Doria, and let his wife do her thing. He even protected her hair from an unexpected gust of wind.

It was a big day for Meghan, and, with all the excitement, Prince Harry must have worked up quite an appetite.

Checking to see if the coast was clear, a hungry Harry sloped away from his preoccupied wife and took himself off to the food marquee.

Having no idea he was being filmed, the cheeky prince, assuming nobody was watching, quickly snatched himself a few savoury snacks and wrapped them in a napkin.

Little did he know, he'd been caught red handed.

Sheepishly plodding back to his wife, stolen samosas in hand, Harry soon realised he'd been spotted.

Twitter/Chris Ship

ITV's Royal Editor, Chris Ship, caught the prince right in the act and uploaded the footage straight to Twitter.

The hilarious footage was captioned: "I could be wrong but I reckon we've caught Prince Harry red handed stealing some samosas from Meghan's 'Together' cookbook event they were at today!"

In the video, we see a rather bashful Harry with his hands behind his back (presumably hiding his afternoon snack) wandering back to the crowd of people.

Only then does he notice he's been spotted. While trying to engage in some innocent conversation, he spots the camera man, realising he's been caught.

Twitter/Chris Ship

He turns to the camera man and lets out a big laugh - because what else can you do when you're caught red handed?

The stolen samosas are a product from the project, Together: Our Community Cookbook, which was released to support the women affected by the devastation caused by the Grenfell Tower fire.

It was Meghan's first project, and one she descried as a 'labour of love' as the delivered her speech to the women involved.

Prince Harry and Meghan
Prince Harry and Meghan

"I have just recently moved to London and I felt so immediately embraced by the woman in the kitchen, by your kindness and to be in this city and be in this room and see how multi-cultural it was," she continued.

Meghan also expressed her utmost thanks to the women who provided their recipes and got involved with the community project.

"There are so many people to thank - I'm extremely grateful because this is my first project and I appreciate your support," she told the crowd.

"It truly took a village to see this through. Everyone has embraced this so fully because it has been a passion project for us all."

Together: Our Community Cookbook, is available to purchase now. All the profits and sales will help the Hubb Community Kitchen strengthen lives and communities through cooking.

Featured Image Credit: ITN

Topics: UK News, Grenfell Tower, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle